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Re: [BKARTS] excellent scissors



When I did a Web search, I came up with "Westcott," not "Wescott." I assume these are the ones you mean. JoAnn Fabrics has them, too.

Pam

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Pamela Rups
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Western Michigan University
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On Sep 7, 2006, at 11:55 AM, Scott Kellar wrote:


While we're talking scissors- I purchased a pair of Wescott Titanium Ultra Smooth scissors from my local Target store a few months ago. For nine dollars. I now use nothing else for cutting dry and wet materials; all general bookbinding uses. These are not teflon or non- stick, but clean up easily. I highly recommend these inexpensive scissors! Much better than Fiscars.

Scott Kellar


Scott K Kellar Bookbinding & Conservation www.scottkkellar.com

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